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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tffW f11 4 The Volume XIV Mrs Carswell Feamfort Kommboijt A via GEO A LEWIS Publishor WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED FRANKFORT KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance AUGUST 8 1891 nhvsician had made his last visit an said there was no possible chance of her living but a few hours Her son liad been telegraphed for from BocHester to come and see her die TO FEi01v- At this critical moment an agent sell Household Ointment ine Dr Hales called at the house and told them the ladv need not die at that time if she would follow his directions He was so earnest and positive that the family concluded to try the new rem dy and began applying it at once to the region about the heart the pain soon ceased and Mrs Uarsweii rapm ly recovered and is alive and well to- Â¬ day and she and all her family says them into the creek piece at a time To Camp Meeting WHO FOR THE Dr Hales Household Orhtment saved When he had nothing on but a shirt Iher This wonderful medicine can he reached for the package but it The be had at Phil Carpenters drug store was no longer in the wagon As the tickets Lto N will sell round trp Beards 1 night was chjlly he went home at a 16th inclusive on Station Aug 5th to South Side account of Kava Â¬ two forty gait He surprised his naugh Camp meeting Rate on week LeComptes Bottom family completely and the next days 2 on Sunday 165 Rates in morning when he went out and found Mrs Tom Jesse of New Castle is the package hanging on the break clude admission E P Bryan handle of nis wagon he was some visiting relatives and friends here Agent what surprised himself Miss Carrie and Tona McEwan and are Xyde Mangan of Frankfort receiving and xooo Reward CANT SLEEP MIGHTS Is now PLETE LINE opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- Â¬ visiting friends in this neighborhood of ladies mens misses and childrens Is the complaint of Our American chemists are re- Â¬ ing from Asthmathousands suffer-Â¬ Miss Lizzie Kavanaugh is visiting Consumption THibs Rosa McGowan at Franklinton nowned not only for their enterprise Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr vigilance are Ackners English Remedy They but for their this week It is the prompt to expose they Mrs S P Douthitt visited friends find them Thus fraudswherever they best preparation known for all Lung far however Troubles Sold on here last week have not earned the reward of one tee at 25c and 50c a positive guaran Â¬ Luke and Joe Kavanaugh have gone thousand 1000 dollars offered by J W Gayle Druggist the proprietors of Swifts Specific S to Mercer county on a visit S S for the discovery by analysis Somebody got all of Mrs Robbs of a particle of mercury iodids of engraving or all grapes Sunday while the family were potash or any poisonous substance attended to at WL kinds promptly Coppersmiths irom home First instance of stealing in their famous medicine The moi uiair street 45 ly v here for years reason the reward has not ueen The election at Harpers Ferry did picked up is because there are no Old Judge is the best whisky in not go off without a racket would mineral or poisonous substances in Kentucky 40 50 and 60 cents a In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the It is a quart at Mitchells on Broadway have been out of the nature of things Swifts Specific S S S times We have vegetable compound which has been If it had A break in the rank and before the public for half a century file of Democracy was occasioned by the Third Party and in consequence and its history is marked by a won- Â¬ Watches clocks and jewelry of any amount of drinking betting derful series of successes standard brand at Coppersmiths be- Â¬ fighting and clawing done One se sides Bold at deadrock prices 234 rious fight which will probably reSt Clair street 45 ly WE CAN AND DO sult fatally to both parties Guarantee Dr Aokers Blood Elixir Say what has become of the Green Tor it has been fully demonstrated to Â¬ Man who took up the cudgel so va- the people of thiB country that it is IS LIFE WORTH LIVING liantly last summer for Flag Fork I superior to all other preparations for Not If you go through tho world a should imagine he would have more blood diseases It isaposftivecure for dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia improvements to report from that syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup- Â¬ Tablets are a positive cure for the For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT thriving hamlet by this time tions and Pimples It purifies the worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ Rip Van Winkle whole system and thoroughly builds tion Flatulency and Constipation up the constitution Guaranteed and sold by 9 9 J W GAYLE Druggist Is Life Worth Living J W Gaylb Druggist -B-CT- Of Leroy N Y waB dying of Neu ralgia or tlie uearo Tiie attenmn ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking Ponder R ays Number 48 M a hi i x E McCLURE SHOES Remember the old stand Â¬ Â¬ HATS HATS t r i S This is a question that would be answered very differently by different individuals To some living is a ure eniovment to otners nie is a burden To man or woman who never feels well who arises in the morning unrefreshedj with a zesz tired languid feeling life is indeed is the result of a burdensome This classical and English School for boys and young men torpid liver inactive condition of o the kidneys a foul stomach The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 1S91 This condition can all be quickly For terms etc address changed and life made happy by the use of tho new remedy Dr Hales jQdre-w-Household Tea tho great blood IEriCLLler pmifier and nerve tonic It cures all constipation inaction billiousness June C Hni of the liver and kidneys and make3 a person feel now 50 cent packages at E2T Phil Carpenters drug store South Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 1 Side - FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY st a Books and Stationery w zfsitieoe2i - 212 ST CLAIR S And go there when you want to buy ta m Case M E3 - L Coppersmith dont send work to other cities but does all Misses Bettie Jones Annie South that is instrusted to him in his and Alico French have roturned homo building 231 St Clair street 45 ly from the Springs W L Coppersmith tho jewolor Miss Kitty Shaw has roturned home does tho best of work at moderate from a visit to Mrs J H Bowen prices Call and see 234 St Clair Young men I sympathize with you street 45 ly I was sure you would beat tho Ver- Â¬ sailles boys but I am loft Persons living in tho country can Mr Ben Berry visited hero last got bread and rolls fresh every day 39 tf at M Busams week Mi8sesMinuio Olubb and Lulioand InaDeatherago are visiting Miss Kitty JLOUISVIIABS Shaw homo from a visit to Lexington Mr Vernon Featherston is visiting horo Miss Minnio Olubb entertained a number of hor friends last Saturday night Those prosont were Misses Jennie Feathorston Luolla Powoll Kitty Shaw Ella Shanklin Luia and Lutio and Sallio Ina Doathorago Lucas Maud and Laura Bonar Mattio Greenup Eudora Soutli and Ida Stone Messrs Lew Cannon Vernon Feathorston Norma Wilkinson Dr Demareo Jim Shaw John Quinn E Olubb Morris Updyko and Jofforson Lucas They saw thoy nau quito a I nice timo Little Lamb Mr3 Forks of Elklaorn f E3 is ie3e3 jfilce ifozrss JuLariiroyjBj s JBTLaLgrgri Boaci Oarfcs stocl ss arfikTV- ft st -- m CS53iSn3ffi23- Hi MARKET TOBACCO wwt Jas Qallahue has returned DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE He Surprised His Family An oxchango tolls a good one on a farmer Ho wont to town and pur chased a now suit of clothes placed the bundle on tho seat behind him and started homo When ho reached a bridge over tho crook tho idea struck him that it would bo a great flurpriso to discard his old patched clothes and go homo in a now suit He pulled oil his old duds and fired Â¬ - - hhds Tho market for burloy has been somowhat fluctuating during tho woek but in tho main prices have boen stronger Tho very common grades have shown more activity throughout week the ontiro The chief characteristic of tho offerings has boon tho funked condition of a very largo per cent of tho offerings Tho following quotations fairly represent our maxucot for burloy 65801 2 00 tobacco 4 00 Oolory trash Common lugs not colory 3 00 0 00 Colory lugs 5 00 Common loaf 8 00 Medium to good leaf 12 00 Good to flno fillers Sales on our market for tho week just closed amount to 3386 hhdswith receipts of 2408 for tho same period Sales on our markot sinco January Sales of 1st amount to 03153 hhds tho crop of 1800 on our market to date w f trri nu H cEb m U 4 SvWA W mm mq ykm CO tf SSRWSWS O fAhllMlN C4L Trash dark or damaged tobacco 3 50 8 00 5 00 Select or wrappory loaf 10 00 8 00 12 00 20 00 33 01 20 CO All styles of hancl iiiade Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods v f spend the remainder of the Bummer with his aunt Mrs J N Orutcher of Bellepoint Miss Alice Petry has returned from a visit to Frankfort accompanisd by her cousin Miss Cox who will be her guest for several days Shelby News Mr Grant LRoberts of Lexington U S gauger who has been assigned to duty in this city for several months loft Saturday for a visit to friends in Ohio Messrs Samuel R Smith and 0 0 Furr will return to the city to day from a trip of several weeks to Michi- Â¬ gan where they have had a fine time fishing and hunting JaB W Rodgers Orutcher Starks Joe Mulhatton spent from Sunday Miss until Monday in town Lena Stone returned Sunday from a two weeks visit to friends in Frank- Â¬ fort Midway Clipper The following party left Sunday Personal Miss Dessio Wingnto ia visiting rel Â¬ atives near Midway Mrs A Harris left Wednesday for French Lick Springs Bicycle Races At a meeting of the wheelmen of the city held on Friday night the organization of the Blue Grass Cycle Club was perfected by electing Mr Bon Marshall as President Mr John Selbert Captain and Mr B Todd Crutchor as Secretary Treasurer After tho election of officers the races were arranged for Thursday afternoon as follows The first a mile handicap in which Ben Marshall and Todd Crutch Â¬ or were to start from the scratch and the other members given the ad Â¬ vantage in the start at distances varying according to the speed and j fSSflHHHflHHHHfljHHflE9flHHHHHflH m ffij Judge Ira Julian left Wednesday fifi Second one fourth mile for boys under fourteen years Third a mile race between B T Orutcher Ben Marshall and 0 K Ite Betts Tmi Cm mum Cow aht 77 Mm ibat Sraaar N r Yoax Fourth a mile race free for all to start from stratch with Ben Mar shall Todd Orutcher and 0 K Betts barred Fifth half mile race free for all Sixth quarter mile open race It was decided that only members of the club should be allowed to start city in the championship handicap A Chance for You Mr William Cromwell left Wednes Â¬ On Thursday quite a large crowd day for a weeks stay at Drennon If you wish to buy or rent a farm went out td the track to witness the Springs you want to call and see Mr Frank races which resulted as follows THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Mr Jake Abler has returned from Chinn as he has one for sale and the First race Championship handi- Â¬ French Lick Springs much improved other to rent Read his advertise- Â¬ cap one mile ten starters Hulett SM SF in health 1st Betts 2d Marshall 3d Minus ments Williams 4th Orutcher 5th Miss Mary Haly has returned home SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS Time 320 The live came to the after a four weeks visit to friends in SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS c A marvelous cure for Catarrh string well bunched not more than a Louisville Diphtheria Canker mouth and Mr Wm E Ryan of Louisville Headache With each bottle there length apart Hulett will wear the Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book nas oeen in tne city tms ween on is an ingenious nasal Injector for the medal until it is won from him more successful treatment cf theso The Second race two entries one business complaints without extra charge fourth mile was won by John Sower Mr Will A Lewis left on Sunday for Price 60c Sold by J W Gayle 37 Time 45 a trip to Old Point Comfort New Third race one mile between York c FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Will Talk to the Scholars Marshall Betts and Crutcher The Miss Julia Drummy of Lexington went away together but going TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL is visiting relatives and friends Judge W H Sneed of this city three around the lower turn Crutcher For sale by EZIXj- - OIKIJPIElSTTDEIEe-DeclS-l- y in this city will address the Pea Ridge Sunday fell back Marshall going away in the Miss Ronnie Hockensmith is visit Â¬ school to morrow afternoon at 3 lead and at the quarter pole they ing Miss Addie Gatewood at Stamp- Â¬ oclock The friends of the Sunday were badly strung out every Going up COLLAR or school are invited to attend ing Ground the back stretch Crutcher pulled THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Mrs M J Saffell of Lawrenceburg himself together rapidly overhauled Los Angeles Cala BE UP is visiting her son Mr W S Saffell Betts passed him and about the half TO in this city mile post lapped Marshall From Gen W E Veazie writes as follows Â¬ Miss Lida Terry of this county With Quinns Ointment I have re- Â¬ that time on it was a close and exTHE MARK BEARS THIS MARK has returned from a four weeks visit moved a swelling on Hock Join citing contest between the two Betts which has been there three years having dropped out Into the home to Richmond have also used it for Splints on a Mr P H Carpenter returned SatÂ¬ number of my Colts and it has taken stretch they flew neck and neck Best reme- Â¬ At the stable Crutcher swerved to urday from a trip to Old Point Com- Â¬ them off in every case dy on the market the inside of the track and lost fort and New York m ground giving Marshall a slight ad Â¬ Mrs Harry Mallory of Eddyville Attention Delegates vantage which he held to the string is visiting hor father Col Thos Rod Â¬ coming in a half wheel be- Â¬ man on Steele Sreet All Franklin county delegates to Crutcher hind Time 331 I Mr L L Conway of Louisville the State Convention of the Ken- Â¬ In the Fourth race only three days in this city this tucky Sunday school Union which sfent several meets at Middlesboro Aug 25th to started Minus Williams B Williams needs NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT week visiting friends Geo W Lewis For three quarters 28th can obtain certificates properly and Miss Sallie Holt was the guest of of a milo it was a close race between THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATEBPROOP Mrs Gov Cantrell in Georgetown signed by the State Secretary by ap- Â¬ M Williams and Lewis but at the plying to Mr R K McClure FrankCOLLAR IN THE MARKET from Saturday until Monday quarter pole Williams drew fort These certificates not only en- Â¬ three away and came in winner Lewis Mr Geo B Harper General Man- Â¬ title the holders to seats in the con- Â¬ second Time 345 ager of the K M railroad has gone vention but also to reduced fare on Fiftli race one half mile free for to the Lakes to spend his vacation Let all the railroads and at Hotels Miss Olla B Suttles of Switzer delegates secure them at the earliest all six entries At the start Crutcher took the lead and ran away from the is visiting the family of Mr Alex moment others wnimmrin 137 Conway Conway street South Side In the last race one fourth mile free for all there were five entries Mr Frank Brandner and brother Not a Miracle Now and was won by Horsey Crutcher 2d Andrew left Monday for a visit to Betts 3d Time 48 Have their mother in Ashland Wiscon- Â¬ Until recently Consumption wasÂ¬ Tho Parent of Insomnia considered incurable bnt now peosin ple are beginning to realize that the Tho parent of insomnia or wakefulness la Miss Etta Wells of Richmond and disease is not incurable The cure in nino coses out of tea a dyspeptic stomach STZEeZBIEm 02ST 3vCi sound sleep indigestion Miss Julia McClelland of Louisville of Consumption isnot a miracle now Good digestion givesThe brain and stomach Interferes with it Â¬ Discovare visiting Miss Lida Terry of this Dr Pierces Golden Medical time and sympathizes Ono of tbo prominent symptoms OI a wcaK Biaio oi hid casino organs lb u uis ery will cure it if taken in county turbanco oi tno great nervo entrepot tbo given a fair trial This InyiKorato the stomach and you ro remedy will not make new lnnge brain equilibrium to tho great centre A most --H101 Mr James A Hodges of Louisville store tho purposo is UoBtot ones to a spent Saturday night in this city on but it will restore diseasedmeans have reliable medicino for which is far preforablo rers Stomach Bitters healthy state when other sedatives and powerful narcotics the way to Stamping Ground to visit failed Thousands gratefully testify to mineral which though they may for a time exert a soon -to this It is the most potent tonic soporific influence upon tbo brain tono cease his family of Capital Hatel H invariably tbo or strength restorer alterative or to act and Tho Bitters injurotho contrarysf tho ro on Miss Hattio Lawson of Bagdad blood cleanser and nutritive or flesh stomach activity to tho operations of that all and Miss Hallie Patterson of Emi builder known to medical science storo important organ and their beneficent influ 3They will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a a tranquil ence nence is visiting Miss aaiue KODin For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood etato is reflected in sound sleep andwholesome of tho nervous system A Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia impetus is likewise given to tho action of ths short time son Third street or Indigestion it is an unequaled liver and bowels by its use Mrs Geo T Hodges and daughter remedy Tlae Anderson Fair o of Miss Carrie and Mrs House Capital City Business Collejre G Louisville are visiting Mrs J N Shooting on Flat Creek Tho eighteenth annual exhibition Crutchor in Bellepoint of the Andorson Franklin and Salvisa AND SHORTHAND IN8TI THE- A shooting affray took place on FIN ART HALL the llrt Monday lu Septem Miss Eva Breedwell of Hardin will open Fair Association will open at Law ber 1691 Monday at Harpers Ferry in Henry county and Miss Sallie Johnson of Night bebslon open second Monday Send for renceburgh on tho 18th inst and conprospectus Address Shelby county are visitihg Miss M county between Jack Estesand Tom tinue four days Although there aro E II ELLIOTT Long in which both men were wound- Â¬ Lapsley Read near this city July 4 3m fcrunkfort Ky trotting races included in tho ed and Long has since died Election no Mrs Pat McDonald and daughter is one of the best CO UNION RAILWAY KENTUCKY whisky seems to have been the programme this Miss Jennie left Monday for Old fairs in tho State and is always en Â¬ cause of the difficulty Estes shot by who attend Frank Â¬ TIIUC CARD Point Comfort and other eastern first and tho ball took effect in Longs joyed be those to send a largo dele- Â¬ points to spend a month or more sure lin will EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST 1890 left breast He fell to the ground 334 MAIN STREET Mrs Eugene P Mooro and daugh- Â¬ and dropped his pistol but in a few gation up there this year GOING EAST m ter Miss Janie of Louisville spent moments recovered sufficiently to get 300 p m Leave Lexington Oil What a Cough 4UU p in Leuvo Winchester several days in the city this week the tho pistol again and shoot Estes the 451 p ru Clay City i Leave 6 25 p m guests of Mrs Mary S Hondrick Arrive Lumber Point ball taking effect in his face and rang Â¬ the Will you heed the warning 030 p m Arrive Threo Forks of tho signal ML Mr J F Dailoy and wife and little ing upward lodged about the top of of perhaps terrible sure approachÂ¬ New Hardware Store Leuvo Three Forks 1130 u in disease Conthat more 125 p m Arrive Elkutuwa daughters MiBses Hattio and Clara his head It is thought that Estes sumption Ask yourself if you can GOING WEST from Lexington are visiting Mrs J will also die afford for the sake of saving 50c to B85 u m Co Leave Elkutuwa W Dailey and friends in the city 1030 a m run the risk and do nothing for it Geo Arrive Threo Forks flOO u m Ayors Hair Vigor is cleanly agree Â¬ Wo know from oxporionco that Leavo Three Forks Misses Gertrude B and Anna P r Mr C05 u to ITILL OPEN A HARDWARE STORK IN THE Arrive Lumber Point able beneficial and safe It is the most Shiloh3 Oure will cure your cough VV raTu 787 a m Arrlvo Clay City Ledridgo who have been visiting elegant and tho most economical of It never fails room on Hroadwuy nt present occuplou jBjsjIk This explains why B80 a in Arrive Winchester sister Mrs M R Hamlin of toilet preparations By its use ladies moro than a Million Bottles woro C E ColllusBro on tho their 30 a m ArrUe Lexington can produce an abundant growth of sold tho past year It relieves croup Mt Sterling have returned home Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer for Beattyvllle Elkutuwa Is nearest hair causing it to become natural in and whooping cough at once to Mr Henry Thdmas of Philadelphia color lustre and texture Mothers do not be without it For Tlielr friends aro requested to reserve their stationand Jackson Ky runTrulns between Threo dully between Three Lexington Forks who left here two weeks ago for a lumo back side or chest use Shilohs orders nnd cnll upon them us soon us they aro Forks und Elkutuwu dully Sundays excepted W ready for business Sold by J JEhdv J MURPHY J Porous Plaster to relatives in Louisville has General Passenger Agent July 18 4t Cry jbr Pitchers Castorlau GAYLE 37 B7J visit tFjkK returned to this city whero he will Children for Old Point Comfort Mr Jim Lillis of Sholbyvlllo is visiting friends in this city Mr S M Bernard of Louisville was in the city Wednesday Miss Sally R Robinson has returned from a visit to Shelbyville Mrs E S McDonald of Louisville is visiting friends in this city Mr D S Shannon of Dayton Ohio is viBiting Mr W S Dehoney Mr Ohas G Payne returned Satur day from French Lick Springs Mrs M Collins left on Tuesday to visit relatives in Lexington Ky Miss Cordie Jeffers has returned from a visit to friends in Georgetown afternoon over the Kentucky Mid- Â¬ Mrs Robt E McGilaway of Mt land to attend the meeting of the Sterling is visiting relatives in this Grand Army at Detroit Gen D W Lindsey Messrs H J Hyde Jesse city Mr John Pickett of Atlanta Geor Holmes Mr James Sower and family gia is visiting his parents in this and Mr Peter 0 Sower and daughter J H5KBBBHHBHBiMBHMBBBBHHHBHHB for Ill 6a Oxford St Infants and Children Castoria cores CoUe Ooastrpattoo Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Sills Worms gives sleep and promotes WitEotsTlBJ M m 42vi Jnijr 7 I rocommood It m Buperior to ftnjr pretcriptioa D H A Axe known to me Brooklyn N Cutori taso well 4pted to children th t dt- - T ious medlcatloa endurance v The use of Castoria is sounlreml and Its merits so well known that it seems a work supererogation to endorse It rewaretne of Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach New York City Pastor Bloomingdato Reformed Church For sereral years I have recommend your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial results Edwin P Farms K D Mtfe Wlstfarop 129th Street and 7th Are New York City JKBr Jill 3 -- 43 WM PILES PILESI price so cents WATERPROOF CUFF i Not to fitoltt2 ISTot to Dlaooloyf TRADE MARK- tmi 1ND 102 Kasemit LLULOID Â¬ J ACOBSWXGERT X3Ii CO Removed From the Baltzel Building AHMJ rfa A TO r world-renown- ed AM ST REET the - Â¬ MBHiyv Mtt JK E MATTEEU Â¬ Â¬ Plitumlir L Hannen FRANKFORT KY jA7 7TH OF AUGUST fit VI 1 I jAlji WtevfaSPS h J I mBBft lj LIGHT WEIGHT GOATS id e - AND VESTS 9 LARGE ASSORTMENT AND BEST GOODS FLANNEL SHIRTS AND STRAW HATS BELOW COST CALL AISTD TAKE A LOOK AT THESE GOODS IK If HUDSON HUMPHRIES Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ Mr aumv 2S9ni ft Mi mi pear to have promising prospects In zens the Burley districts except the coun- Â¬ Is the finest cure in the world It ties named the prospect is fully up The crack drill camp of the absolutely cureB catarrh It cures to an average State went to Mt Sterling and as Cures neuralgia and rheumatism HEMP they always do brought back the Piles like music Cures Salt Rheum best portion of the big prize offered The outlook is not promising in the most soothing manner Cures Misses Pea and Oldham of Lexing- Â¬ Inflamed and Granulated Eyajiijmmm yield of hemp The reports Gores Coughs and Colds Can rreTare conflicting but all indicate an ton wore in the city a few days this Cuts bruises average condition of seventy per week paving Mr and Mrs Parker tafcen internally burns chilblains sore3 of long stand Â¬ cent compared with a good season Pea a visit on the South Side They leave for their homes to day St Clair Street PRATrTTTinTr ttv ing corns and bunions are cured FRUITS - ww Prof quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ The peach crop is exceptionally a pay ItMayoa and wife are very hap was girl rior to all else it has no equal 25 and good one the trees all bending under Mrs Henry Thomas died Wednes- 1 If you want an easy riding Saddle buy the Garford We sell it Sold the burden of this most delicious 60o boxes largo size cheapest at Phil Carpenters drug store South fruit The apple crop is fully up to day night Â¬ young people who 52 Side the standard of an average The edThethe Literary Societyare interestin met at the grape crop is very promising All of First Independent Baptist No Money Reqiured of Responsible Parties to Commence monthly Crop Report Treatment the smaller fruits have been very and elected their officers and ChurchÂ¬ preparabundant ed a nice programme for their next Office of Commissioner of GARDENS meeting which will be held at the Agriculture Horticulture Some sections whero drouth has sam e church Friday night They Statistics and up extend the gardens Frankfort Ky August 3 1891 J Prevailedrule they are have dried Â¬ public toabospecial invitation to the averabove an present The followinir is submitted as to age The cabbage crop is a full aver- Â¬ Memorial exercises will be held by 3 1891 crop condition to August age the Literary Society at the St John The weather condition for the past A M E Church on Wednesday even- Â¬ -potatoes favorable to the ten days have been Irish potatoes are fully up to an ing August 19th Speeches will be growth of pending crops At this average year The finest specimen made by those who knew Madison writing a splendid rain is falling here bo gen of Early Rose I have ever seen were Clay Johnson best Tho public both with indications that it will sent to this office from Franklin coun- white and colored are invited to be oral ty The sweet potato crop is look present CORN Mr Moses Clark is another one of ing well the happiest men in the city It was The season has generally been fa Â¬ GENERAL SUMMARY a big boy and tipped the beam at vorable for corn In some localfcies Corn acreage 100 condition 103 fourteen and a half pounds insufficient and the rainfall has been wheat acreage 105 last the crop in such sections has been year 110 tobaccoquality withcom- Â¬ Memorial services were held at the acreage first Independent Baptist Church last materially injured In other locali- Â¬ ties there has been some complaint pared with average 00 condition Sunday evening in honor of tho late and stand 100 hemp condition 70 Henry Samuels Speeches were de- Â¬ of the root louse especially on high peaches compared with last year 162 livered by Bros Wakefield Robt taking all things together thin land the corn crop is fully up to the stan Â¬ apples amount compared with last Todd Preston Graves and others dard average years The stand is year 149 clover condition compared The church and the chair in which generally good and all early planting with last year 92 timothy 85 pas- Â¬ Bro Samuels used to sit were draped is now in full silk and tassel and tures 89 garden products 104 Irish in mourning and the services solemn condition compared with and impressive much of the earliest in full roasting One of the grandest times known ear One more good rain will make ast year 122 sweet potatoes condi a good crop of the early planting but tion compared with last year 110 in the history of the Grand United it will require a seasonable August to sorghum codition compared with Order of Odd Fellows in Kentucky fully develop the later planting In last year 100 An elaborate sum Â¬ was witnessed at Stamping Ground many localities there has been seri mary of crops will be given at the Saturday July 25 it being the fifth anniversary of Cosette Lodge No ous neglect in cultivation On good close of the crop season Respectfully 2819 land with proper cultivation the Promptly at 1030 oclock a ra Chas Y Wilson the procession formed in front of crop is very promising Commisioner Mrs Burgins Hall headed by WHEAT Baileys Cornet Band paraded tho The crop has all been stacked in Pronounced Hopeless Yet principal streets thence to the grove condition and much of where speeches were delivered by food threshed and sold Some it has Saved of the prominent membors of the order best counties taking Christian for ox- From a letter written by Mrs Ada This lodge is doing a great good ample is not making the yield that E Hurd of Groton S D we quote among the colored people there was expected and the quality not so good as thought to bo before thresh Â¬ Was taken with a bad cold which They have bought and paid for a lot 38L on which erect a and 30 ing while in other localities the yield settled on my Lungs cough set in public halltoand havelodge room their The v7Pl kinwn increased PUKGEON and SPECIALIST of Oinclnnntl O formerly finally terminated in Comsump is larger than expected and quality and Resi membership above an average one farmer report- Â¬ tion Four doctors gave mo up say Â¬ seven weeks from 15 to 40 in the last dent Physician- of the Philadelphia Ghnkral UosriTAL and Physician-in-Uiaiig- c also increasing the ot the Omo Mkdical Institute has for thirty venn devoted his Bagdad in Shelby county ing I could live but a short timo I amount ing near attention to in the an avorago of forty bushels per acre gave myself up to my Saviour de- Â¬ nave tour their treasury 125 They m treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such snares in tno Knoxvilie Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomach BowoU From tho best information to date termined if I could not Btay with my Loan Association and from all sources the State average friends on earth I would meet my Building and to begin w work upon of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc will bo fourteen bushels to the acre absent ones above My husband was they expect Much credit their HE WILL BE AT THE This average will no doubt be chang Â¬ advised to get Dr Kings Now Dis- Â¬ is duohall this month members for the officers and ed to some extent after tho crop is all covery for Comsumption Cough and Colds I gave it a trial took in all their untiring efforts in making the threshed eight bottles it has cured me and lodge a success TOBACCO thank God I am now a weli and Of late years there has been several hearty woman Trial bottles free FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY AUG 5 hinderanoes to a useful tobacco crop at Phil Carpenters Drug Store DF One being tho tenant system another regular price 0c and 100 45 the dispositon to plant more than AT could be properly handled both as A pair of good mare mules for Bale And every fourth week thereafter Consultation and Examinaton Fret to cultivation and house room There Apply to W J Hughes Co at saw- Â¬ is no crop that requires more pains- Â¬ mill 48 tf Returning Every Fourth Wsok Thereafter taking and intelligent handling than A tobacco Its prolltablo production EXAMINATION IS an uuoiu your aiseaie uuu tne prospects of a euro FEME and ha trill tmmv ptly tell yon Come and Sec Us Ha wvlcrtakes noiMurab ie cases depends almost entirely upon the cul- Â¬ fljAAfjijui iiwioieu wiiii nuy oi uie wis peculiar to tliolr sex niiiy FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT tivation handling assorting order- Â¬ Wo have closed the store on Mar Â¬ consult him with nor Iftl VWUUUUIIUl ItllU im COtlBtltOrutHoi ceimin pernini ing and its proper presentation in ket street and transferred all our AILKS 1TLFV C will lecolvu tlmt lilud mill iiswuiice - nllnnMnn roller anil win upuzx cuue umAllOir CBbeS i ll u11 liecpwnrv out cure trenttnrmt ii In Equity iixij- - inivco nnuBiii-oij-the market in a strictly merchanta business to tho store on the corner of Anna 11versus Ac iuu utMUIiem JS beiUlllll Borw ble shape ln lamo lu thel1 earllor 8taCts cucd v ithout pnlu or Instrumental Into Main and Lowis streets opposito RENDERED OF THE The presont crop was generally sot Farmers Bank Wo invite all of our 1Y VIRTUE cme JUPfiMKNT Term lbS9 forcS at Februir tlie nbute Mtci iSlty is usually tho resultot carelessness or lgnornnco It cm bo good time with vigorous and stalk old customers to call on us at our niul June Term 1891 1 will sell at public sule to in leraedlod EjlliMsy or n to cured by n urt r faillUK treatment ly plants the stand being exceptiona now storo whero we will bo glad to tho highest mul best bidder on iKcitiiieua many cisis can bo cured bly good Yet the crop is uneven wait on thorn as usual nn 7 1891 HH bllUU lltt iaiiuiiitiiT removed irom int rnostifVAioita nwontm i u Some of it is now in full top and Monday peouuai Vir 45 tf o Ul lW IJtllll miiIikVoViTi 0 E Collins Buo much of it yet in tho clods Tobacco Mtrietnre Vnricoidc Ijrdroucto Hporumtorvlteti and nil unnatural discharges city ot Frank At the Court house door In tho should bo Bet in a c6mpact soil fort Kentucky between tho hours of 10 oclock iionniinontly onriii Dont Forjjet Whore this was not the case tho n in mul li oclock p in on n credit of nine MLNof nil ngos who suffer nu a tioutiuouu If they observofrom indiscretions nnd oxcessos will benefit by onr counsel months roots did not take good hold and If yon are going west that the eighteen niul twentj four property in euunl In- on Mip hoy certain sediments In the urine OI irritation llf Mm nrlnnru following should consult us without delay We raloro all xurh rnjtp could not assimilato tho plant food LouiBvillo St Louis Air Lino run stallments the uul boutulury of hind IjIdk Thoaiitiru trict TllUlOCtOP trentS Willi ni and in dry sections tho vigor of the the finest trains in the world between enst ot Frankfort In Franklin county Ky con viHiuin rissiu e u d linfnlllnr cnincc oil - i s0 oi Hotts re lant was destroyed by the soil dry Louisville and St Louis Trains tnlnliiK B72la utTfsup on which Edmund death mul WHUOUI nulll Or UOtCKltiOn flOIll biiRlrifS ziTTr nurtvnvintG rvvvvvwi TVrff rill MM ind tlmo ot sided hi ng out on account of its loose and leaving at 810 a m daily equipped on which 187a widow to tho 11 Hotts his resides inoncySnaniSiHnICO 3 cousIdorca tho bcst oi Jademont In all cases now Anna his aud saves time porous condition L with Pullman perfected safty steom lyln near and bordering on thu old 1 0 or four The crop is fully an averago in con- heated day coaohos parlor and din Â¬ now the L it N railroadandsome threesame tract phenomenal aUalned ln tho fitment of the cases which ho makes his specialty Is truly buhutue dition and stand much of it boing ing cars Trains leaving Louisville miles east of Fraukrort Edmund Hotts by deed conveyed to said hnV0 bQ0U eXrctoa lu old cnd difficult cases which havo baffled especially promising In tho Burley at 915 p m equipped with day of laud tho ILnhmiicimiiuI James LScearie and cllmts f nU othet jf from Samuel propor tno least favored in coaches and Pullman drawing room bounded on the north by Ktld railroad and Jones section aV usuaUy crowdotl Is botter to call early in tho day to avoid being land on the east by the lands if T J Jett and dimyed3 rm3 rain and general conditions are the sleepers Vm W on tho south by binds of lovl T countloB of Bath Montgomery Clark If you wish comfort safty and Clincher Jett on tho west b the lauds ot Marcus boufoTramhmtion1 10Uia brlnfi froa two to ourcesof their urlno ln a clean niul Jessamine The least quick time bo sure and call for tick Cromwell MorAgrnd b ml Purchaser favdnraSlio dark sections are the ots via the Air Lino Any information cltut siiiety to give Interestwith good and suflV I0S8lb Poreonal nialUUon is prefer from date Crittenden regarding maps ratos etc will bo the forco mul betuliifiof a replevin bond toA have counties of Oaldjwoll Hon effect All ConsultationSt ConorGnuiIsnco and Cnvm gtrfotiv iinniiiiAiwui will by reserve on tlw piopert sold until nil Livingston and Lyon Thero is much promptly furnished by writing to w the purchase money Is paid wuvaw9 B L Bryant complaint also in Hart Barren Met W II POSEY pSefurrl R t0 aa pnrt 0t l UuHcd RtiUs nnd Cnnada- - Address wUh Trav Pass Agt calfe Warren and Qreen The stem Â¬ Master Commissioner Xr G H BOGHAIf Sax 703 Cincinnati 0 Aug 8 ISOMt Louisville Ky ming district proper most df tho 10 tf ment Olarksville and Paducah district ap- Â¬ Among tne Colored Citl- - M CASSELL RAMBLERS ma tf - rrr ISflffiHM - im M 1 CETJTCHER HOBEHTS Agents ill Â¬ mBsr mm TJk m 4 I Â¬ MtSKm vi Â¬ O BOWMAN M CAJPITL HOTEL jSlIFLI Â¬ j Sept i Â¬ Zn Â¬ I cir K ni Â¬ SS i I - -- Â¬ fv JAX I i A t 3 MiiMsmMMikAmrimmim m josaBi Pfri4fl m m r W raT TO 4 -- 5S UGHTER SAL V uii tJttJB3Jt Jt2JL I va V3 OVER m P w SHOES HUTS AND FURNISHINGS 60000 73 Striped -- fa remember these prices are for ih In this monster sale All must be sold WE WANT MONEY AND MUST HAVE IT and you will be convinced of it when you see the great sacrifice prices And CASH ONLY 209 Ladies Kid Button Shoes go at 99c former price 140 43 Ladies Button Dongolo go at price 150 CASH ONLY f c Cal Coats 75 Dozen Genuine Domet Shirts all sizes only 25c worth 50c only 25c worth more only 50c than double the money 78 Seasucker Coats and Vests 100 former 60 Dozen Suspenders only 15c worth 25c worth W 37 Dozen White Shirts Linen Bosom New York Mills Cotton only 60c worth 100 5 150 27 Childrens Suits Jacket and pants go at 65c rvi 12 162 Pairs Ladies Oxford Pat Tip go at 90c former price 125 137 Pairs Ladies Oxford Pat Trimmed go at Dozen Red Cotton Handkerchiefs IOC only 5c worth worth 40c worth 1806 Childrens Suits ico 23 Dozen Boys Shirt Waists only 25c were 135 4 Dozen Boys Knee Pants only 25c 32 D 0 en Sox only 5c per pair worth 50c two piece garment 125 S200S2 50 3 00 worth just double the 150 money these marvelous values 75 Pairs Ladies and Gentlemens Tennis Oxford go at 50c former price 75c 93 worth 10c 27 Dozen Sox better goods only Pairs Boys Veal Calf former price 135 all sizes go at 90c 2 1 worth I2j4c 8c only 503 Pairs Blue Cotton Pants only 50c other houses will ask you 75c to 100 175 av XAi per pair Dozen Fine All Wool Overshirts beautiful colors only 150 worth 250 Cellars four ply Pairs Striped Cottonade Pants beautiful pat- Â¬ terns only 60c other houses want 100 for them Coat Pants and Vest twenty differerent siyles only 450 Good strong f c plaids stripes c beautiful patterns S06 Mens Suits 120 PairsMens Plow Shoes go at 85c worth 125 110 worth 150 86 Pairs Mens Buff Bals and Congress go at 163 Dozen Linen worth 20c I2jc 113 67 Dozen Celluloid Collars only I2c worth 25c P hf BHwv I 123 Pairs Ky Flats go at 165 worth 2 225 35 v Dozen Full Bosom White Shirts very fashionable only 125 worth 200 only 15c 90 Pairs Lali t a Keguiar 00 go at fca49 22 Dozen Boston Garters 35 worth 25c only 25c 33 Pairs Gentlemens Pat Leather Cloth Top sold for 500 goat 400 jNew Piccadilly Dozen Cotton Drawers worth 50c Dozen Straw Hats only good goods raV Gentlemens Pat sold for 500 10 3c worth 10c worth 40c tSSKSEKSES iuu 10 400 iasn oniy 27 Dozen Gauze Undershirts only 20c Mens All Wool Cheviotts go at 750 worth S1200 to 1500 53 Mens Black Cheviott Suits go at 1000 worth 1500 at any house in this city 27 Blue Yacht Cloth Suits Sack or Frocks go at 1000 worth 1350 to 1500 1500 Pairs Pants all Colors Styles and Quality almost cut half in two Every article in our house cut to pieces except E W Collars and Cuffs and Dunlap Plats m v a ti V3d This is nndoubtedlythe grandest opportunity for buyers of SHOES CLOTHING HATS and FUKNISHXNGs ever offered in any market in this State We ask vou to i come and see for yourselves n Cash Only Gets These Goods Main street FRANKFORT u y Fourth STARKS Jefferson LOUISVILLE it Jl iH m w nnies1 5 tYIkJ Nerve and Liver Pills skv B Ifwr 3 lM Act on a now principle regulating the liver stomach ana bowels though the nerves A now discovery Dr lilies Pills speedily cure biliousness bad tasto torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest Samples free at 0 doses for 25 cents 45 ly W Gayles Frankfort Ky J R A CHILD KILLED I 73 Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of Soothing Syrup Why mothers give thoir children such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ ing when thoy can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother Itcontainsno opium or morphine Sold by 0 J W Oayle Druggist v4 i 1 12 g- rr - Wanted I want partner A Partner ji5 fr e IJW P i with a small capital to go into the dry goods and groceryÂ¬ business in a country store No ex penses and a No 1 cash trade assured to the right man For further par Â¬ ticulars apply to this office 48 tf 1 Parties wishing to buy sheet iron Tooflng for tobacco barns or other purposes would do well to call on B Power before making purchases as he has inside figures and he can furnish itaschoapas it can be bought at Cincinnati and in convenient lengths and relatives They will be absent some two or three weeks Services every night this week at the M B Ohurch by Bro Spates un- Â¬ til Friday night from which time Rev Fitch tho P E will occupy tho pulpit Quarterly meeting Saturday and Sunday Blackberry time has made its ap- Â¬ pearance and almost gone I now suggest Observer that you dig the worms and como by and wo will go down to that favorite Six Mile creek and tackle tho finny tribo Jno Bashaws majority over Black well for Representative was between five and six hundred Smith the Alli- Â¬ ance man hardly showed his colors Mr Green Loudonbock mot with the misfortune to lose his barn Farming implements gear corn and hay and oats were totally destroyed by fire on last Monday evening It must have been set on fire by it burning in day time Loss about 2500 No insurance We have an old man a hard shell Baptist that has arrived at the good old age of three score years and ten and not overly industrious who is now working in a rock quarry at the nominal sum of one dollar and fifty cents per day to enable him to at- Â¬ tend the Mt Sterling Association that convenes at that point September 11th God bless the old man in his efforts Oatohum Â¬ Â¬ Answer This Question Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and bo made misorablo by Indigestion Constipation Dizziness Loss of Appetite Coming up of tho Food Â¬ -- FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - C E COLLINS IjES HDEJ Csment Glass Oils and Mixed I3bT BRO Steel Boiling Sash Yellow Skin when for 75c wo will sell them Shilohs Vitalizer guaran- Â¬ teed to cure them Sold by J W Hardware Wall Paper and Decorations Lime Plaster Paints Harnsss Iron Gayle 37 IDoora ALSO A Blizid s 5cc 3Powder S3aot ansa Sliella W L Coppersmith the jeweler is 234 tho leading repairer in tho city 45 ly St Clair street Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria FULL LINE OF Sewer and Flue Pipe and Rack Lawns 31 45 cents for laws worth Sam D C Johnson cents Salt MAIN AND LEWIS STREETS-43-l- Co y FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Ganglia 111s cents for ginghams worth 10 cents 10 cents for ginghams worth 12A cents 7 45 Sam D Johnson Co a Cliallies cents for challies worth 15 cents 15 cents for challies worth 20 cents 49 cents for French challies worth 65 cents 45 Sam D Johmson Co 10 MILES 1 mjm m -- - NOTICE Waiihen Aynes ADuk Plaintiff Wahrkjj aynes Heihs Ac Defendants 1 W T 9mm9mnn3nEWi Embroidered Flounciugs cost SlisJLolis SS1 wit J DR ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS Are active and pure For sick hoad ache disordered stomach loss of apÂ¬ petite bad complexion and billious oess they have never beon equaled either in America or abroad 9 J W Gaylb Druggist m if m merit Wins STL r H m ait it r We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Dr Kings New Life Fills Bucklens Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have given such We do not universal satisfaction hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the purchase price if satis factory results do not follow their use These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits For sale by i P H Carpenter Druggist Â¬ W GAYLE TtlK mOITEST AND QUICKEST BLUB GRASS ROUTE This is beyond question the most Oough Medicine we have successful Stiortestand Quickest ruutefrom Fancy Parasols over sold a few doses invariably 55 to cure the worst cases of Cough At half former price ClSiVXIiVL KKNTUCKY 45 Sam D Johnson Co Croup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ TO ALL POINTS Â¬ derful success in the cure of ConTime 25 Hours sumption is without a parallel in the Black Lawns history of medicine Since its first ntlrj Iriu lirrirj Ci Diy Coache loin EOT 1ST AID SOUTHWEST 15 cents for black lawns worth 20 discovery it has been sold on a Sleepers run throuch without change FASTLINE UETWEEN guarantee a test which no other cents 18 cents for black lawns worth medicine can stand If you have a 25 cents 20 cents for black lawns THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI cough we earnestly ask you to try it worth 30 cents 45 Price 10c 60c and 1 If your lungs Sam D Johnson Co Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala SC1EDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH 1891 are sore chest or back lame use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J 37 Cure Consumption Flouncings colored and white at 45 m Kentucky Central Railway imMnmmmmm mmsm r cilLJSmMmmSimi WfflM mmBrnpsm irTj Ctm no jnlLEb 5 Kr7nBWKf PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST estate of Warrtn Aynes deceased are hereby notllled to produce tho same before mo on or before the 21th day of August 1691 proven as required by law WM CROMWELL Commissioner F C C P ALL July25 lt Sam D Johnson Co rJfci52W A 7 3 Millinery Sam D Time 26 Hours Great Success The entertainment given at the Opera House on Tuesday evening for the benefit of tho Johnson Guards was a grand success financially and other- Â¬ wise A large audience was present and the music was first class Over seven hundred tickets were sold Evorything in this department marked down to close 45 Johnson Co Pimplis Htadachis Loss of SSIitp a Wiary Filling Pains In jBody or Limbs Want of Appititi If you suffer from Eruptions any of thssi symptoms taka 5 Throusl Hoopers without chuiKO The Short line neiureii uiucinnati ntui LtxiKOTiur Kr rime 2tt Hours in Knoxviiuk Temv 17 N C ASriKVILLK Ciivrrvsooij v Tevn 11 ATLANTA 15 Gi 10 BlKHINOimt ALA Direct Connections at Sew Orleans ind Shrive porti r Tot is Mexico and California Le e Friukrort via Kentucky Midland Railway via setowi 545 a uiarrlveCliicInnatllO25 a m Quicker than any other tine All trains arrtv at depart from Central Uulox Depot Cincinnati tor Rates Maps Ac address V RANK W WOOLLEY Traveling Pass Agt aouih Round Express fastime ExSun Daily Nol No5 Daily Accom Dally Le Cincinnati Lyev ovington When Baby was sick wo gave her Costoria When sho was a Child she cried for Costoria When sho became Miss she clung to Costoria When she had Children sho gavo them Costoria i Born Augusts son MEAGHKR 1891 ACKERS BLOOD i doctor J 69pm nifcam lu23pm B 10pm Lexington 1210un U 00pm 7 00pm Lve Paris 615pm H25ain 650pm ArrWinehester 1210UU 705pm Lie Winchester 1240pm Arr Paris 818am almVth- - 910am Cynthiana 1043am 810am 8 00pm 8 0apm 9 lbpm 3 00pm 3 0opm 4 32pm 5 3bpm 7 CC D HARVEY EDWARDS Vlee Pres CINCINNATI O Lexington Ky GPiTi Lvelierea ArrLivincston Lve Livingston Arr Uorblu LveCorblu Lve Barbrville Lve Plnevllle LveMIddlesbh ArrCumbGup Lvo Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Lve London 133pm 135pm 203pm 305pm 315pm 4 09pm 4 50pm 500pm 5 5Jpm 6 41pm 7 351 7 50pm 755pm il to Mr M In this J Meagher und city on Wednesday wife a Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world fot Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded For sale by South Side drug store Â¬ Â¬ t August G son MORGAN 1691 In this eitv on Wednesday to Mr W 13 Morgan and wife a ELIXIR WHY llaro did you give yourself tho needed attention Dont you know that as nt the timo lone as tho mercury is in tho system you J will feel the effects of it Wo need notj tell you that you require a blood medicine I to ensure freedom from tho after effects Engllah Blood Doctor Is Ackersknown medicine that Elixir tho only will thoroughly eradicate tho poison from tho oystein Got it from your druggist orwritoto W H HOOKER CO Because Your Blood Is Impure I you over used mercury If bo 4 50pm Lve Corbln Wllllasbg 5 45pm 6 20pm Arr Jelllco Lve Richmond 150pm 4 43pm Lve Lancaster 5 20pm Arr Stanford Shortest and quickest between GIlieiHNATI AND North Bound FajHIFORT Lancaster Arr Richmond Car Â¬ LveJellk oTT Lve tt Ullisbg Arr CorMn Lve Stanford Express Udii7 S L2 2 g2 s- No 2 Dally v-- 4 No 6 Dally Ex bun rf w t i h Pensive and Expensive derangements and weakness and prefers to suffer in silence She is J3ad and pensive and her neglect of ner ailments win prove expensivo It may cost her her life One of the most skillful physicians of the day who has had a vast experier co m curing diseases peculiar to women lias pepared a remedy which is of in- Â¬ estimable aid to them We refer to Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription the only remedy for womens pecu liar weaknesses and ailments sold by druggists under a positive guar Â¬ antee from tho manufactuers that it will give satisfaction in every case or money refunded Â¬ Only direct lino between 7 00am sulting a physician about functional Many a woman shrinks from con- Â¬ Frankfort lisle Georgetown Majsville and Pari3 Fal Â¬ m I5un 8 9 6 6 7 50a 111 6 - TTsiim 60dm 33ain Uam 08am 7 47am 8 35am a 25am 9 45am 10 21am 11 ooam Cynthiana LftfcJ 5 iy P H A Carpenter 40 VoBt Broadway Cisau For sale by J W Gayle DOCTOR Nowriti mouth and Covington ASK FOR TI0KKT3 BY VIA KY MIDLAND TIME i S I pleasant house for For Rent rent with all necessary out buildings and convenience Apply to R II Wilmot 47 4tt Bridgeport W L Oopporsmith challenges comparison in workmanship on any 231 St Olair repairs in his line Â¬ 7iV iACKERS PURE PINK I Br Nl PILLS street 45 ly These Celebrated ENGLISH Pull aro a Positive Care for Bisk and lleadaohe BUloaino ConiUpaUon Small pica ant and a favorite with the ladles Sold la England or Is lKd In America for S5c Get them from your Dragslits or tend to W U HOOKER A CQu 1Tit Dread Rw Tork J TBMU5 HUH GEHfuTsniiDAHD Lve Lomlou Arr Livinaston LvoCmnbGap Lve Miildlesbh Le Ilneyilltj Lie Haibrvllle Arr Corbln LvoCirbin LvoLlvlnston Richmond 22 s 5 Si Srss s 09 v TIME TADLE MAY 17 1890 A M I 31 pm No 7 Mixed 12 25 12 43 1 07 1 47 3 6 2 2 2 3 00 00 05 25 45 15 TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort Klktiorn Swltzer it No5 1 Sun I No Only Pass 0 so G Lie Richmond 6 05jm ArrWinehester 6 53am Lve Winchester 7 10uu Arr Paris 745am Lvo Cynthiana Lvo Falmouth Le Berea Arr lFloam lOntl 1246pm 1246pm 140pm 153pm 233pm 7 00am 2 00pm 7 531111 2 43pm 8 21am 3 15pm 9 231111 4 10 mi 10 49am 5 40pm 10 55am 0 DCpm V No 3 41 Si K I a - l r1 fa Sampson Mr IraSawinandwifo of our town leave Thursday noxt for Tallapoosa Georgia whore thoy will make thoir future homo wo hate to givo them up Success to you both Mr Jess Kondloton and family started Wednesday for Mt Sterling Athoir former homo to visit friends Those wishing to avail themselves of the opportunity to tako lessons on North Pleasureville tho violin or piano during tho sum Â¬ mer months can either see mo or Everything lovely crops looking leave word at tho residence of Mr Sol Harris No 228 Main street well Hurrah for Jno Bashaw Prop Sionor Blitz 40 tf SITUATED AT SUM Mrs Dr Milos and daughter are THE CHEANEY FARM Station on Kr MMland it R about tuo A Duncan and wife visiting Mr W Mile cheap east of Frankfort For Sale A brood mare with milesnines confilns about Kj Is lor but may bo HI acres Miss Jennie Massie is visiting hor suckling niule colt price 60 In- Â¬ The Into two pieces one r about 23 acres divided 37 tf vtltu tho dwelling For teims apply to quire on Arnolds Hill vsister Mrs Dr Adams in Bagdad FRANK CHINN Frankfort Ky Aug C tf Mrs Amelia Slommons of Pleas Lost On tho Lawrencoburg piko iireville visited her mother Mrs two weeks ago between Farmers Lawson near Buffalo Lick Ohurch store and Bon Hughes placo a last Saturday and Sunday yellow Alligator skin purse contain Â¬ Sam Rinor was in the city Tuesday ing a ton dollar bill Tho findor will be rowardod upon leaving tho same on business AS at this ofllco THE DUDLEY Mr Schooler sold a lot of tobacco THE FARM KNOWN iienrthe cltyllmltsot Frankforton tlie last week averaging 1660 por cwt PlkBcontaliiliiKiCi acres U tor rent Versailles from March 1st 1WJ to March 1st lH Tho stock Mr Wes Sohbokonoy who has boon A DUTY TO YOURSELF placo Is well adapted to general furmlitf unmliu riHiik confined to his bod since last May is It is surprising that people will uso tages foranil tobacco nnirketlni and has advan For particulars dairy ami a common ordinary pill when thoy imply to tbu undersigned at Capital Hotel or still ill at his residence one for Frank Ililuu Frankfort Ky a valuablo We was glad to find Mrs Lizzio can soouromoney DrEnglish MARY J DUDLEY tho same Ackers EngÂ¬ Auk C tf Tharp improving so nicoly and hope lish pills aro a positive cure for siclc erb long to roalize that she may visit They livor us and once more enjoy tho comforts hoadacho and all easilytroubles and do aro small sweet takon of good health not gripo 9 Cards aro out announcing tho mar J W Gayle Druggist raigo of Goo F Tharp and Mrs Kato Bonannon to tako place at Indian Intending buyers of Scl Fork Ohurch Sunday next it being bicycles should not tho 2d Sunday at 10 a in Ooromony fail to write to the to be performed by Eov Jeromo For ualo by J W Gayle Farm For Sale Ar George toun Lv Genrgtn via Ar Cincinnati Lv Georgetown Q ik O stamp Grod 7 03 7 21 ClJ 5 43 5 5S 0 03 Pass 4 m 500 5 7 5 5 4 5 21 32 03 19 30 48 Lve Lexington Arr Paris GJl U45 7 23 10 15 li 50 7 05 7 15 7 35 7 03 10 44 10 60 7 55 8 13 10 10 11 27 12 10 4 12 4 2U 4 85 lJ N Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati 3 4 4 5 45pm 25pm 48pm 80pm 637pm 6 45pm No ia Ex Sua MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve CovliiKtou Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K Ceatrevtllo Ar Paris Lv Paris la KC C Newtown 10 15 7 23 7 40 7 CO 8 10 Ex Sun Daily No 10 Daily 125 6 37 6 45 0 18 li 25 7 55 5 48 6 15 Lve Lve Lve Cincinnati Paris Millersburi Johnson Maysville South Bound Carlisle Covington Lexington 7 00 a m 7 55 a m 8 18am 8 40am 9 34 a m Arr Arr Arr Arr 1010am No Ex Sun 5 5 6 7 7 8 10 10 300pm 306 pm 5 20pm 615pm 638 pm 700pm 7 54pm 8 30 p m Farm for Rent Ar Maysvllle Lv Paris via KC Carlisle Daily 9 No Winchester ExSua Daily it p m Ar Richmond TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via K 7 20 85 I A M at P MA A MU M NoG No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Mix Sun Pass Pass iMIx Only train train 6 10 7 15 7 18 1 1 train train LvcMillersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle 20 a m 57 n in 60 II 111 15 a m 10 C Â¬ Winchester Paris LvMaysvtllo via Carlisle Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati via Ar Paris Lv K C CovlNKton K C 05 58 2 33 1 50 3 20 4 10 Arr Cincinnati W LMUNSON Trav Pass Act Cincinnati 28 49 55 227 pm 320pm 345pm a m 410pm a m 700pm a m 687pm a ml 6 45 pm O icopm ii 5 20 6 50 7 40 SRKNOTT Traffic ManiiKor Gen Pnss Act Genoral Olllces Louisville Ky F B MORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt CPATMORE Ar Georgetown Lv Cincinnati vial Q V C Now town Paris Centrevllle if00 8 9 20 8 9 30 9 9 15 10 30 50 12 02 2 2 5 6 6 20 21 37 20 39 fi 49 7 M 4 30 5 00 5 19 0 40 Office qJRiiberofConiiiierceBlilfr Cincinnati O ly to all points except Rowland Dlvl No 1 is daily except buiniay slon v o is daily irom lexiumon to cincln- - nail Ar Georgetown Lv and lype Writer Company S12 W Market street Louisville Ky before purchasing their mounts some place else This company can furnish any safety bicycle in the market and the prices are the lowest LOUISVILLE JCYCLi Georcetown Stamp Grod Swltzor 7 00 7 00 10 02 1002 10 Oi 110 02 10 21 110 21 11 11 SW 110 JW 11 Oil k A pamphlet of information andab- vstroct 01 mo mwsBnuwiuR now xoa UDiniu lniuuiB vaviHim rauoj villain topiriKiHB nn JTtey vAadtM Elkliorn Ar Frankfort 3 10 46 II 11 X 1 00 7 01 7 06 7 31 7 47 7 55 8 10 No Rowlai o u Nol il 41 7 21 7 50 8 10 H 10 Iironuwny s3ul new lorK wunn uw and 12 dally except Sunday Nos Nos 5 and 0 Sundays only HOWVRD ORHISON Auent GEO 0 II VRlKR Gau Superintendent VERNON CLARK Genural Phsoiikk Aiont CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent FRANKFORT KY GENERAL OFFICES and Nos 1 1 dally 2 7 8 No 5 liiKton No 115 Paris and Lexlimton Accommodation dally leaies LexliiKfon 1010 a in Arrives Paris 10 5 ii in A No 7 Falmouth Accoifnkidatlon Leaves Clncnnatl 545 p in wgdves Falmouth p in dally except SundJUfk 710 No 8- Leaves Falmouth 6 aWl Arrives Cin- Â¬ cinnati 755 a m dally excentWunday Nos laud 3 make connections at Winchester M V Ry E D for points on the NN No 1 Canles through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborouirhiiiid Cumberland Gap and all in Â¬ termediate Muttons and runs dally s tidily from all stations oxcent th Islon rthlcli Is dally except Sundar iwny oxcepi Miiuiay runs dally between ClivSniintlniul Lex A dally p jf - ilHBnHSiW r ffiSSSm y FMiNKFOUT ROUNDABOUT Lexington Catered at tbo post ollloo at Frankfort Kontucky aa aecond clasa mailable matter OEO A pnnied by Mr H Harrison of who will Rive his indiW Â¬ The Election The election on Monday was one of tho most quiot and orderly ever hold in thiB city No money or whisky was uued consequently tho bums and floaters were beautifully left They hung about tho polls all day hoping that tho boodlo would bo turned loose but thoir hopes wore vain and they either voted lato in tho after- Â¬ noon or wont away without voting at all Tho vote was light as compared with other olections and tho Peoples party did not show the strength that Following is tho ninny expected vote of tho county FOIi GOVERNOR vidual attention to their wants TnTTJnr plir Jf fiff jjr Jii4 Pntf The Last of Tlicm The last August election was held on Monday and the last viva voce election All elections will heroafter bo hold in November and will be by secret ballot A lX J v 0 mm to Dill v LEWIS Editor and Publisher AUG 8 xACdS mWZrc v v TM rv Y VLXAJ i jKiJZZr jMKfotW tisg ovxtaLVTV - jj 3 K tsrniiM 5K MANY UJiDEIt PREVAIL1NK CONDITIONS merely doontd to death by disease because the owners fall to take measures to pre Â¬ serve their health FRANKFORT i 1891 Tlie Constitution Victorl- ous The election last Monday resulted in an over overwhelming victory for the new Constitution by a majority of about 100000 It was the great issue of the canvass and in its discussion enlisted the best intellect of the State in the press and upon the stump When it is borne in mind that tho new Constitution was opposed by a number of tho leading journals of the State that the corporations all fought it bitterly that tho banks were assessed and contributed largely to secure its defeat its success by a majority so great is a matter alike of surprise and gratification It was a struggle for the mastery between the people and the corporations and the people have gloriously triumphed The result shows that the press is a potential factor in shaping political results only when it is in the right and in accord with popular senti- Â¬ ment It was a contest between the masses of the people and political leaders and in the con- Â¬ test the people won It is a peoples Constitution made by the people and for the people and under it the rights of the people will be protected their interests promoted and their liber- Â¬ ties secured in the years to come With equal rights for all and ex- Â¬ clusive privileges to none with equal and uniform taxation with salutary safe guards upon legislation and with all the obsolete ideas in tho old Constitution wiped out forever from this time forward our grand old Com- Â¬ monwealth will have a new lease of life and her furture will be great and prosperous Our own people did their full share in swelling the majority for the now Constitution to its splendid propor- Â¬ tions It was fitting that they should do so The Constitution settles for all timo the question of the location of the Capital and we can now go forward and build up and make more and more prosperous our little city Let us all rejoice that the Constitu- Â¬ tion has won and that a great peaceful revolution has been wrought out with so little friction and in a man- Â¬ ner so acceptable to tho whole Â¬ self-constitut- WW jMyK i A DK JOS HAAS k IOMfj Session - zm leg -- e Tho session of tho Legislature this winter will be an unusually long one as it will havo to provide for putting into effect tho now Constitution but the Legislatures to come after will only be in session sixty days exclusive of Brown Sundays Wood 2020 971 9 Fine Peaches Harris Erwin 430 FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Mr James G Green of this county 2035 Alford has sent us a sample dozen of peaches 959 Huston raised upon his place near Tunnel 7 Winslow Hill Hardin county which are of a 438 Smith fine variety large and of delightful FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL flavor Mr Green has five hundred 2043 Hendrick trees in bearing and expects to 969 Crawford realize a handsome sum upon his 9 Polk crop Guffy 445 Gone to Iowa Norman Col R P Pepper shipped by Blanford Adams Express on Wednesday eight Goddard young trotters to Knoxville Iowa Fulkerson- where they will start in tho races and FOR also at Independence in the same Hale State They are in charge of Mr Farmer Geo B Hayes their trainer and Mr Holmes R P Pepper jr Sallee FOR AUDITOR 2041 952 44 413 TREASURER 2049 900 42 413 JJoth tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the tasto and acta trendy yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro Â¬ duced pleating to tho taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Peuliry Italy v Used successfully for 15 years- - i i est Will Arrest Dlyeane Provent Disease Expel Worms Stop tho Cmli Increase the Elesli nnd Htsten Maturity PIJICKS 250 SI a atulCOa perpkir 251b cans S12C0 Tliu largest nacknaes nnithaehtitn- - qq 31 W AG YLTS JPKANKPORT I5ZY Ask for Testimonials HogoU a pamphlet on swine will EST be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent For Sale bv ji J33 stamp Joe Haav V Mar 7 6m S Ind vl Indianapolis Â¬ AMnlstrators Â¬ Mice The Iron Belt Building Loan Association Mr W G Fox Stale Agent for the Loan AssociaIron Belt Building Roanoke Va is in Danville tion of on business for a few days During stay in Frankfort he has placed a his great deal of stock in his association which is one of the best and cheapest now represented here Mr Fox will return to the city next Tuesday to complete a deal for a big block of stock that he has been negotiating Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY HEW YORK NY persons having claims agrainst the estate of William Dean will present tho same to me proven aceon ing to law before September 1st 1891 All persons knowing themselvoM Indebted to the estate of said decedent are requested to come forward and settle at once Administrator Wm Dean deed JOSTSTATEN FOR REGISTER LAND OFFICE Swango 2038 960 42 415 Rardin McGregor NOTICE Insolvent are hereby notltled to produce the same before the 1st day of September 1891 proven as required by law June Wm CliOMWELL G LEXINGTON KY Jett Herreld FOR SUPT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION HAVING ALL PERSONS Peter Jett estate or CLAIMS AGAINST n t Thompson Dodge 2028 948 9 471 2m Assignee of Peter Jones Secrest FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS TAMES ATTORNEY A VIOLETT AT LAW KY FRANKFORT Addams Blaine 2032 AS S Would Corne 2 Eamly Friend Ogden PIUCTICF IN ALL THE COUItTS OF 957 Franklin county and the Court of Appeals and Fcderil Courts 44 Superior In Duvill building opposite County Oillce CleiksOMce June G 3ni 40S With base ball at Lake Park and bicycle races at the old Fair Grounds a street railroad would be right handy just now and would do a good lousiness one or two days intho week at least In this connection we would like to inquire what has become of those two or three companies we were told were going to jump right in and build us a road as soon as the Coun- Â¬ cil refused to extend the time of the people only company who would have given mm m o us a street car line Can anyone find Saved Mis Brother them with a microscope or search On Monday afternoon Mr John W warrant McEwan who has been an invalid for Let It Always be So several months felt so much better that he walked down to tho river in It was demonstrated on Monday front of Gen Lindseys residence that elections can be held in this with his little boys Willie and Ben citv and county without the use of Hill to let them take a fish After money and whisky and tho day was locating them in a shady spot and as quiet and pleasant as one could watching them for a while Mr Mc Â¬ wish Why can we not have it so at Ewan concluded to walk up the bank all elections Why cannot the good Just after ho had gone the youngest people of the county make up their boy Ben Hill either got his hook minds to see that men who make uso hung or hooked a fish and in pulling of money and whisky at elections are at the lino fell into tho river He punished for bribery As wo are now knew nothing about swimming and to havo a new Constitution let us was going under when his brother also havo a new order of things at Willie rushed to his assistance and elections succeeded in getting him out al- Â¬ Distinguished Orator though he tore the little fellows shirt Ben swal- Â¬ waist off in tho effort On Monday Hon J J Ingalls the lowed a great deal of water but was distinguished ox Senator from Kan Â¬ all right in a few minutes after A negro woman who was fishing near sas will deliver a popular oration at Â¬ them was too much frightened to Lexington His subject will bo purerender any assistance further than ly non political and those who are so scream to Willie to pull him out and fortunate as to be present will hear when she saw the little fellow safely one of tho most eloquent addresses landed went home with a raging ever delivered in Lexington the homo of oratory Tho speaker will be headache from the excitement introduced by Senator J O S Black- Â¬ When Mr McEwan returned and learned what a narrow escape Bon burn The address will bo delivered had just had he was completely un- Â¬ in tho afternoon so that those who nerved but after returning home and wish to hear him can go up on taking a good rest ho was as woll as the 1020 train and returned on the O in tho evening 0 usual Â¬ Taylor Mooro FOR REPRESENTATIVE 2347 788 51 Emerson For the Constitution Against tho Constitution I MM WILL Vr will J CHINK in JR Of- - FAIR 25 H 27 28 4 29 FREE M 3184 214 Â¬ Will practice all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Competition Open to the World FOR MAGISTRATE SECOND MAGISTE RIAL DISTRICT 162 Hughes CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- The most attractive program ever offered Bowen 151 ATTORN FBACTICK W Wheelmen Here On Sunday tho bicyclists from Louisville Lexington Shelybyvillo and Midway made a run to this city and were entertained at dinner at the Kenyon Hotel by the Blue Grass Cyclers of this city and were after wards shown about the city The visitors were met upon different roads by committees as they came in and were escorted several miles out upon their return homo Among those who were hero was Mr W E Cassell of the Independent Cyclers Club of Louisville who is a prominent candi Â¬ date for Consul of the State League and if zeal in the cause of the L A W is to be rewarded he certainly de- Â¬ Â¬ Airo- THK COURTS OJT TWO RAGES EACH DAY Children PDCC Ladies and First DayAdmitted Ftee the IT fxCiCii RJ5AZ JBSTATJB AGJBNT Franklin and the adjoining counties ime alo give spclnl attention to the purchsef and sale of real estate collection of r nto claim mid the lecotlation of loans 1nn 1 IN pedal trains on For at Excursion rates all railroadsÂ¬ fnrtlier Information and catalogue ad dress tlie Secretary WHITNEY Fres THOS L MARTIN Secretary GEO H AUf 1 f Dissolution Notice LAW IARTNEUSHIP HERETOFORE between us has been by mutual Wo will wind up all consent this day dissolved Persons Indebted to us old business together will hettlo with either J A SCOTT or J A VIOLETT s Ht THE Dr W L Juno G tf OF CINCINNATI Ielley OHIO CHILD BIRTH Mothers Friend WILL BE AT THE MADE EASYl CAPITAL HOTEl IN KftANKFOBT KY Friday August 28 1891 Friday September 18 189L Friday October 9 1891 m serves the position The other young gentlemen of the party were W A Ruby Bridgeport Conn Wm Pohlman H A Oaperton Ben Hum phrey W II Fisher Wm Hoffman and Phil Laib Louisville H L Hastings and W P Hastings Shelbyville Â¬ is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown Â¬ PELVES BLEEDING Chloroform esLIND Ohas Updike L R Gordon Ed Gor don Wm Muir and Luke Pottet Lexington Sam Hawkins Lew Haw Â¬ kins and Max Wilson Midway Most of them returned homo upon their wheels but some took tho train All expressed themselves as having spent a pleasant day and tho local boys hope they will return again soon Â¬ 1MU I WILL DO all mat is claimed for it AND MORE It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book Life of Mother and Child to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO IILr0 FRIEND 99 Atlanta Ga or ITCHING wiUv Cured wltnvQt onr surgical operation and little or do pain Ligature or Knifo It not necessary with thli mode of treatnegt XrasXTJLA Is cured IN ANO CATARRh FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearing voluntary testimonials Sentby express on receipt of price 160 per bottl SOLD BY ALL ULCERATION FUCIGIBTa Excursion to the Cave Tho tenth annual limited excursion from Lexington to the Mammoth Cave will leave Lexington over tho L N Railroad at 830 a m on Badly Mashed Mr Holly Watts one of the press feeders in this office met with an accident Wednesday afternoon by which the ends of tho middle and third fingers of tho left hand were badly mashed Ho was feeding the Gordon job press had set one foot on tho break to chock the press and was putting a sheet on when his foot Â¬ FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH the blood ulcers catarrh and consumption use in una city rgo- arly for nearly tuvenHaiti and the many cure bo has maae among the wealthy and lnmnntu citizens are sufficient evidence of his success t It is now a well established fact that man eases of the stomach liver kidney blnddw wumb and nervouf systm are either caused oi uacravated by the coexistence of PILES VIBTV LA VISSTJBB Of the bowel cured Dr Itoily baa now been visiting or RECTAL TJLCKU -- Thursday next August 13th and ar- Â¬ rive in this city at 930 The faro for the round trip from Lexington is 800 what it will be from here tho agent of L N railroad can proba- Â¬ bly tell you Special low rates havo been secured for this party at Mam- moth Oavo Hotel and Cave Fees As the party is limited an early applica- oation should bo made for tickets stating the numberl in your party JfigLThe excursionists vm uv uuuoiu- - Ayers Sarsaparilla The most economical safe speedy and effective of all blood purifiers At slipped of the break he lost his balance and was thrown forward his hand boing thrust in between the bod and platton of tho press and was caught when they closod together for tho impression The doctor docs not think tho bones were crushed but ho will 1086 DOia nailB Dr K V Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Oraerenbburg J T Stateu Frankfort Ky V Herberlcb Ifrankfort Ky Be L P Hnlett Benson Ky A H McClure Krankfort Ky Btchard Fergus on Frankfort Kf w J Hujcbes Frankfort Ky David Mooro Benson Ky Jas 31 Wltlirow Frankfort Ky DR KKT7LKTS office ana residence Is at SB nnd send to any address by registered mail or West Eighth street Cincinnati and where ue by express CO lwlth privilege of examina- Â¬ may be found every day of each week KXCIFT tion Our agent nt Durham N C wrtes FB1DAI8 AlbSATUBDAYS Our Jewelers have confessed th dont know Pamphlets descrlblBg these diseases and till bow you can furnish such work for t Ik money BBOdeot treatment teat ftee to any one by dressing Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are warranted for 20 years Wnlthain and Elgin movement reliable and well known stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gents size Equal to any 75 watch We sell one of these watches for BY 00R CLUB SYSTEM BRFKBKNCK8 i 47 j i S2S J CASE fl ar Has Cured Others will wanted at each place 43 Wrltefor particulars New1 W cure you EMPIRE WATOH CO and COMalden Lane sVJk M StlOWeBtBlghthSt Cincinnati O CONSULTATION yRHB 3 I KELLEY ll fcSl fc York N Y JfL tunrrt l Ju- - MraiHjUfc yt r4 n r i is eERkE3s n2 41 vv socTwas g eo xiEijjivdruir F 2Dj3TGX2srC3- EJ - BROWER Main and Broadway CO tft sTEir u 3 MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAYEVENINGS 3 xaiicL Balloon JSTw ttsotiojos Oozrdng scensioaa -A-- j I and IIaraclrute Leap ZE3Z- LIEIXinsra TOIfcT 3ST2T General admission 25 cents children 10 cents - S- - STALET Base Hall H FRANKFOftT ROUNDABOUT her FRANKFORT AUG 8 1801 Eli ton Eeal Estate and Insurance Brokers Dos Moines Iowa and is one of the best known and most re- Â¬ spected business men in that city says I can testify to the good of Chamberlains Cough vices Having used it in my emedy family for the past eight years I can A Cure for Paralysis safely say it has no equal for either 50 cent bottles for colds or croup sale by J W Gayle Frank Cornelius of PurcelL Ind I induced Mr Pinson Ter says whose wife had paralysis in the face to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Mrs Abraham 111 Pain Balm To their great surprise before the bottle had all been used Mrs Abraham wife of Capt John she was a great deal better Her E Abraham formerly of this city is face had been drawn to one side but relieved lying very ill at her home in Beatty the Pain Balmthe mouthall pain and soreness and assumed its ville and we regret to learn that her natural shape It is also a certain physician thinks she cannot recover cure for rheumatism lame back CO Oapt J Newt Abraham left Thurs- Â¬ sprains swellings and lameness having received a cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle day for Beattyville letter from his brother containing the above sad intelligence Advertised Letters Oapt W A Abbott who has long been with Messrs Percival and Hat her death came aB a sad surprise to family and frionds Just before her death she was attacked with a violent spell of coughing and faint- Â¬ ed from exhaustion never recovering consciousness but passed sudden- Â¬ ly away She was about fifty three years of age and for years had been a member of the Christian Church Her funeral took place Monday after- Â¬ noon from Dr James residence Rev George Darsie conducting the ser- Â¬ Â¬ Baloon Ascension Sure There will be a baloon ascension and Parachute leap from Lake Park on Monday afternoon at 3 oclock The baloon will certainly go up this time as the aeronaut is an old hand at the business In case of a failure money will be refunded to all who may go down to see it For many years Mr B P Thomp- Â¬ son of Des Moines Iowa was severe lv afflicted with chronic diarrhoea He says At times it was very severe so much so that I feared it About seven would end my life years ago I chanced to procure a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It gave me prompt relief and I believe cured me permanently as I now eat or drink without harm anything I I have also used it in my please For family with the best results sola by J W Gayle list of advertised letters for the week ending Aug 8th Below will be found n 1891 - s i Allen Mrs Bell Hackot Miss L Arnold Johnson Henry Mat Burse Charlie E Johnson John Blackwell Joseph Lewis Mrs L McNely Misa A Brvant Will McNellio Miss A Calvert W W Grayson Mrs A Murphy George Honsley Prudence Porter Horaco Roberts William Haris George Simmons Mrs M Howard J M When culling for these letters say ad vertised Tuesday afternoon the Pleasure ville and Forks of Elkhorn Base Ball clubs played an interesting game at Lake Park Both clubs were on thoir mettle and did some lively work It required eleven innings to decide the game the Pleasureville boys finally winning by a score of 14 to 9 On Wednesday afternoon the Pleasureville and tho Crutcher Starks nine played the third game of the season at Lake Park and a rat- Â¬ tling game it was The fielding was sharp on both Bides but the visitors made the best showing in the field our boys being a little out of practice Merchant pitched a splendid game and had he had Davis to catch him would have had the Pleasurevilles at his mercy Mr J OKing alnow man went into to catch and the two did not understand each other thoroughly until the game had gotten well under Â¬ way but in the next game will be all right King played a splendid game however as the score shows The home boys had no difficulty in hitting Pleasurevilles left handed pitcher but could not keep their balls consequently the visitors down caught a number of beautiful flies For the greater part of the game it was neck and neck but in the eighth inning the visitors forged ahead and won the game Following is the score CltCTCHElt CC MANTEL OABIMETS i Tile Hearths Facings GRATES etc A Complete line on exhibition Fifty different patterns on the floor to make selections from Builders are invited to examine our stock Anyone unable to visit our show room will be furnished catalogues on application Cincinnati and Louisville prices duplicated Experienced workmen to set mantels Satisfaction guaranteed o Â¬ C F BROWER CO Draperies Carpets Furniture Wall Paper STAKKS AH Merchant J M Saitelij Postmaster T 3 c Kin Llndsey W 2b Wlntersinltli If ijtngg F rt Stilts VunPerveer cf Newman 8b Llndsey II i lb iI 4 i 4 4 S3 5 5 4 H 1 in 1 1 0 u A E 0 1 1 1 10 0 2 1 0 14 0 8 l 0 0 3 5 0 rji 1 0 EJ v D Hfi m Efl fc ilJL Hv lw Jb h o 0 5 24 0 15 A hj- Itlillecl in Chicago Special Dispatch to Dramatic News Thomas Total Ilucker E2b Ilummomt 8b Jiicksun c ltucker A cf Kesk r If 6 Plkavkkvillk All 0 4 4 i k 0 In 0 lO 1 3 1 Chicago July tho 27 nine-year-o- ld State SuncSay ScIaool Con Â¬ vention 7r S i The twenty sixth Annual State convention of the Kentucky Sunday school Union will be held at Middles borough August 25 26 and 27 It is desired that every Sunday school in the State send one or more delegates There will bo reduced rates on all railroads and free entertainment for delegates during the session of the convention The schools in this city should bo well represented m At Georgetown Prof Wavland Graham and a corps of amateur assistants of this city will givo a concert at Barlows Hall in Georgetown on Wednesday even- Â¬ ing next for the bonoflt of the Presbyterian Church in that city A special train will bo run over the Kentucky Midland to Georgetown Wednesday afternoon leaving hore at 530 The fare for the round trip including admission to the concert will bo 100 Children Enjoy The pleasant flavor gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs when in need of a laxative and if the father or mother be costive or bilious the most gratifying results follow its use so that it is the best family remedy known and every family should have a bottlo m 1 h p Dentil of Miss Carrie Fall Miss Carrie Fall daughter of the lato Rev P S Fall the pionoor min ister in the Christian Ohuroh died Sunday morning at tho rosidonco of Dr S E James on St Clair street Miss Fall had been in delicate health for some time but was not thought be in a dangerous condition and Â¬ Arthur now at County Fair Company 0 Hooloys and a nephew of Theodore 7 8 9 27 13 83 Total Thomas tho musical director was exercising killed this morning while INNINGS 1234 5G789T7 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 one of the six horses used in the Pleasureville plays race scene Manager Thomas Crutcher JcStarks 400000100 5 recently brought his wife and three Earned Runs C S 1 Pleasureville 2 Two children from Philadelphia to remain StolenBase Hits C Wlntersmith 4 S 5 Plean bases during the companys stay here Double plays Meredith to Rucker to Jacoby Little Arthur was greatly taken with Itase on Balls By Merctaa it 1 Hit by Pitched Ball By Merchant 1 one of the horses called The Dude morning his father consent- Â¬ Struck Out By Merchant 8 by Lawrance 2 and this Passed Balls King 3 ed to his riding him along the North Time of Gam- e- One hour and forty live Shoro drive Manager Thomas rode minutes HAVE THE BESTQueen and Louis Miller of the Umpires Hill and South Straight Tip company rode Ginger The Crutcher Starks nine will go When near tho water works Tho down to Pleasureville on Saturday Dude started off at a terrific pace Tho frightened boy rollod off his the 15th and play the Pleasurevilles fctot caught in tho stirrup and he was at tho park in that place dragged for two blocks his head On Saturday tho 22d the Olympics striking tho pavement at every bound of Louisville will play the Crutcher of the horse Mr Thomas started in SIT Starks Club at Lake Park hot pursuit but before ho caught up the boys shoo came off and he fell Lawrence Young the celobrated bleeding by tho wayside His arms pitcher of tho Princeton College and legs woro broken his skull was nine will bo in the box for the snlitoiiaii and he died in his fathers arms on the grass a few momdjtsl Olympics later Both father and mother Sw my-eye-seeWM heart broken Tlie Greatest Strllce They loft by tho Pennsylvania road Cask- - Hickory Grovo Farm hemo with tho remains of their boy this Among the great strikes that of sM2lAW r 3 afternoon on their way to Philadel Dr Miles in discovering his New SmcvS I Wiffir every known remedy I removed u ltiyc bunch 5 Wr f two yours standing from u ii year eld Illly S IOVtWhP15 phia Heart Cure has proven itself to be 1 RJ I I thrco applications of Ja6p I Many readers of tho Roundabout one of the most important Tho do will remombor Mrs Thomas mother mand for It has become astonishing j Already tho troatmont of heart dis of the unfortunate little fellow as ease is being revolutionized and mA 1 1 1 It Is tho best preparation I lmvocvor used or henrd S BJJlwfoiw Miss Virginia Newbold daughter of many unexpected cures effected It WjpPjjJKriiW Vj of I hcurtlly recommend it to ullllorscuieu 5 D O Newbold of tho Jett Station soon relieves short breath fluttering S ftlOM3 Wchava hundreds of such cstimonlals gk pains in side arm shoulder weak neighborhood hungry spoils oppression swell Â¬ M123 and Wee S1S0 per liottlc Asicyourdnurctstforlt Iflio fofin dow notkiiiUciidU98tauiiHorbllverfortriaMiox fMlJIttPSMWH ing of ankles smothering and hoart VMWJU4K mark A w u EDDY CO Whitehall N Y To Be Given Away dropsy Dr Miles book on Hoart g53rRADK and Nervous diseaso free The un Our enterprising druggist J W equaled Now Hoart Cure is sold and Gayle who carries tho finest stock of guaranteed by J W Gayle also his drugs perfumeries toilet articles Restorative Nervine for headache brushes sponges etc is giving away fits sprees hot flashes nervous chills 4 a large number of trial bottles of Dr opium habit etc m Miles celebrated Restoratlvo Nor Fon Rent Tho two story brick vino Guarantees it to cure headache dizziness norvous prostration sleep residence on Washington street lessness tho ill effoots of spirits to- known as the First Presbyterian Possession given April bacco coffeo etc Druggists say it is Parsonage tho greatest sollor thoy ovor know 1st Apply to II n Watson or J W 27 tf and is universally satisfactory Thoy Pruott also guarantoo Dr Miles Now Heart -Ouro in all cases of norvous or organ AND DEALER IN- For Sale on Rent Cottago con- Â¬ io hoart diseaso palpitation pain in taining flvo rooms situated on Cross side etc Fine book on Nervous street South Sido Delightful loca- Â¬ 4 and Hoart Disoase free tion and all necessary convonioncos Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TC 32 tf W L Coppersmith makes a Stato Librarian UUU ASHU UUNXKAOT WOKK AULi WORK Resetting Bpeoialty of flue work GUARANTEED Fresh bread everv dav at Busams diamonds etc 234 St Clair street y u t 45 ly confectionery at uiair street j tf In rear of Salendora Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUKOIH Manager 1 1 C Little Arthur son of Thomas of the Jucoby lb Meredith fs Lawrence P Nash rf 4 3 4 4 4 2 18 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 CERTAIN CURE4 KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS THE BEST REMEDY FOR P8LPS gPKEPAREDBY RtCHARD50N TAYlOH MED CO STL0UIS M0 I A SURE cures nothing but files AND u m k t M R m iffy rf CRAY Hardware Merchants -- m M J l - J j APPLE PARERS -- THE MAEKET J v HI S 7 k Ml-J- - Â¬ yWlP21 quimfs onanMr fMfMi Â¬ Â¬ WARD CLAASSEN PEACTIC1 Plumber GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets e Al W7f rWvtf ZMiatisie IS JLrLd nsrote aCall and See tlie Goods Porcelain Kettles 8 Vi Tin Buckets j- Coffee - Pots 5 Four Qt Six Qt So 35 45 55 ih V J vmc i i v i f 3 5 rlc locts KTwo Qt 4 jThree Qt I Four Qt io cts io cts One Qt Two Qt cts cts cts cts Eight Qt Ten Qt Twelve Qt I 60 65 mm 10 J rA z- - j 20 cts Three Qt Four Ot 15 15 Fourteen Qi Sixteen Qt Twenty Qt 1 1 70 00 10 Ten Qt DISH PANS 10 qt 20c 14qt 25c 17 qt 30c Gasoline and Gas Stoves Refrigerators and Water Coolers AT COST Religious We would w m be greatly obliged to the ministers unu uuiuuis ui ciiuituca in nit city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made No cervices at the Southern Presby- - feVrterian Church to morrow as Rev W Q Neville is absent on vacation Rev A Shelverton will preach at the Cedar Chapel Methodist Church to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock A JJV Rev George Darsie preaches at tha flbrisHnn flhiirnli in Orfififonburcr 4lUiUUliUY AVnttnAAM UllClilUUU cXU nf 1 9 V llrrtlr liwwui r flight - Rev W 0 Taylor will occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Church to- - affliction morrow at 11 oclock No service at of last week got along nicely for sev- Â¬ eral days and it was th ought there was a chance for him to pull through but Sunday morning symptoms of lock jaw made their appearance and he has since been growing steadily worse notwithstanding he has had the best of medical attention and nursing The spasms which set in Sunday have increased in violence and frequence and yesterday his jaws were firmly locked and his death is expected at any time Poor lit tie fel- Â¬ low his suffering has been intense and death would be a sweet relief to him His parents are heart broken at the thought of losing their bright manly boy who is the idol of their hearts and they have the sympathy of the whole community in their f Wm 4mmL il Ilk Pi LOOK AT THESE PRICES sir m 1 m i COPYRIGHT 18 Sq A bedroom suit cheval dresser 18x40 inch French bevel mirror 25 Keep out 16th century finish disease by keeping in healthy ac- Â¬ tion the liver stomach and bowels Theres a pleasant and a sure way TONIC CURES City Democratic Com There will be no services at Ascen- Â¬ sion Church to morrow as Rev E A Penick the rector is absent on his The State Central Committee of the Democratic party has appointed the Wvacation following gentlemen as an executive A oonninfiAn committee for this city Major J fill a T71MM11 J J3 M i J1 T Alex Grant Chairman Ben T Far vveuuesu meets at ooum xtenson 1IT- - Ji August 19th 1891 and will be in ses mer Secretary Richard Tobin J W Pruett FV Gray J L Rodman and aion two days W S Dehoney Rev George Darsie will occupy his Serenaded Midway mt pulpit at the Christian Church to- R 3norrowatll oclock as usual No A pleasant party of young ladies J night service and gentlemen of Frankfort chape roned by Mrs Fannie Freeman drove The Union services will be held at to Midway last Wednesday night and They serenaded the Methodist Church to morrow here about the town makingarrived lovely 1230 a m Can you k evening at 8 oclock Rev Mr Tay music for many appreciative ears tho Thats theask more plan all Dr peculiar lor of the Baptist Church will preach entire time Midway Clipper Pierces medioines are sold on J 1 mittee Â¬ of doing it Its with Dr Pierced Pleasant Pellets Theyre the best Liver Pill ever made and a prompt and effective remedy for Sick Headache Bilious Headache Con- Â¬ stipation Indigestion Bilious At- Â¬ tacks and all derangements of the They stomach liver and bowels cleanse and renovate the system quietly but thoroughly They reg- Â¬ ulate the system too they dont upset it liko tho old fashioned pills These are purely vegetable and per- Â¬ Pellet a Ono fectly harmless Theyre the easiest to take dose and the mildest in operation the smallest in size but the most eff- Â¬ icient in their work Theyre tho cheapest pill you can buy because theyre guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money is returned You only pay for the good you get OF APPETITE al dresser 18x30 inch French LOSS Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea bevel Mirror 22 A 16th century finish suit chev- Â¬ Sour Stomach Sleeplessness Headache Nervous Pros- Â¬ tration Neuralgia Pal-Â¬ A solid ash suit 16th century pitation of the Heart finish 20x24 inch French bevel Loss of Energy mirror 20 Weakness of Back Feelings of Languor and Lassitude Gen Â¬ eral Debility La Grippe An imitation walnut suit 18x24 Etc Etc inch mirror 14 i R MR ROGERS R SON May2 ly In use for 25 years by eminent physicians and surgeons In theUnited State and pro-Â¬ nounced by them the best TONIC extant others fall It cures where allyour DruggistTry It and ba for It convinced Ask PRICE 100 PER BOTTLE CO DE ROODE KY OK J ED RAY Manfs and Proprs LEXINGTON TEACEEK VOICE CULTURE PABI8 KY W PLAYING S AVERILL Sole Ky Agent Frankfort June 13 ly PIANO AND rrE3s- OD the sermon A Safe Investment Is one which is guaranteed to The usual services at the Church Good Shepherd to morrow will bring you satisfactory results or TJLT3ASCREVILLE KY OPENS FIRST TUUS of the toe conducted by Rev Father Gorey in case of failure a return of pur- I diiy la Stirteiubar 1811 Address J B SECRE6T Pres On this safe plan chase price the pastor July4 bm mass at 8 a m second mass you can buy from our advertised First of m ann m VfisnfirR Jit 3 T m -Druggist a bottle of Dr Kings r r f New Discovery for Consumption Rev H G Henderspn A M will It is guaranteed to bring relief in preach at the Methodist Church every case when used for any svto morrow morning ac 11 ociock affection of Throat Lungs or IfUnion services at night RSPAVIN CURElit such as Consumption Chest IVSMM The Sunday sciiooi ac a3U ociock Inflammation of Lungs Brona m chitis Asthma Whooping Cough pleasant Croup etc It M I rvvf Thereby Hangs a Tail and agreebble etc taste is perfectly to And so from hour to hour we safe and can always be depended ripe ana ripe Trial bottles free at South upon The Most Successful Itcmedr ovcrdUcor And then from hour to hour we Side Drug Store crcd ss It U certain In Its effects and docs not rot ana rot blister Read proof below Carpenter Â¬ on a - 1 1 1 Composition of Music Tehms ron One hnlf hour Ipssoii ier week Two liulf hour lessons per week One lesson Tone hour porweek OR 15 KENTUCKY ROUTE Co ten Weeks payable in advance Newport News 30 Mississippi Valley E D 7 WSaicsTHIl I For pupils residing outside of Lexington who tnko one half hour lesson per week 1 will pay one third of tho railroad faro Pupils who havo promising voices or show any talent for instrumental music need the very best Instruction from the beginning The first year Is more Important than the last lingular session commences Monday 7th Sep- Â¬ It DK UOODE tember 1891 Aug Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN CITIES Mt Lexington Ky IN EFFECT MAY 18 1891 EAST BOUND Â¬ Fas Mai t Limited NinhnlasiziIIe Kg Select Boarding and Day School for and littiogiris parable remody of And truly tis a tale of woe Spavin Cure one who had Catarrh in the Head many years and who really had Strayed or Stolen From tho un- Â¬ for MO May 2 00 time been rotting irom nour to nour dersigned someAlderny three weeks Dr II J Kekdaix CoStrenwooD wrote to you ago one yellow heifer well years ago I dents About three until Dr Saeos Catarrh Remedy I owned who had a Spavin I used came to his notice He used it at grown short horns with crop in oneÂ¬ about a horso your Kendalls Spavin Cure and It six bottles ot inad9 complete Cure 1 have recommended it to ho ear and in good order A liberal re othersawho havo used It with liko success first with slight signs of relief but to ward Mns Amnib K Knouuojr persisteu until a permanent euro was mo or will bo paid for her returnena- Â¬ such information as will flfopfAr1 nnel tlia world was atrain nlononnttnUuflln From thin awful ble me to get her Luoy Dotson Buffering ho was set free by the expen Spavin Cure 717 Third street Frankfort Ky aonara in suae inuum diture ot a iew Anil thnrohv hancrs a tale i P H Lve 1040am 1215pm Ashland 1228pm young ladles Uattlettshurg Iluntliigtuu Arr 1260pni Ollvo Hill 16pm Lexington Lve 82iam 7 00pm Winchester Mt Sterling Arr 8 02am 730pm Arr U03pm 1030pm 1043pm 1107pm Dally 735am Express Dally Dally Dally ex Sun Ex Suu G V Acm Accm I H 7 45pm 114Uaui Opm 1230pm Cpm 105pm 1000pm daily C45am 845am 903am 925am Kendalls Thirty Sflh Scholastic Begins September 10 14 1891 Year WEST BOUND DAIIiY principal MISS M June 27 2m F HEWITT For catalogue apply Huntington Lve Cattlettshurg Ashland Oil ye Hill 11 AMMt 49 lt Kendalls KV1 W 4iK t jajjyyjyT1 r iM j njEM Mroi TfTr iuTv jKt 00am 8 55pm Ex Suu Mt Sterling Lve 10 27am 432pm 025am 120pm 11 15am 4 58pm 7 15am 1 C5pm Winchester Lexington Arr 12 05pm D30pin 805am 2 45pm Arr 1 120pin 025am 139pm 03 in lCOpm 2 in 303pm GOOam 710pm 635pm 6D7pm a rfx m 1 M EXPRESS runs LIMITED VESTIBULED dally and has Vestlbuled Pullman Buffet Sleep Â¬ ers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebrated m mm- Tlie Swiss Festival i Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria m N will sell round trip tick- Allf 9th rrnnrl fr uuuv ij Will Use it in every sick room return until Aug 12th on account of keep the atmosphere pure and Swiss Festival E P Bryan wholesome removing all bad odors Agent from any source fo r TrmTnvillo nf rmn fnrn H3 i Mnina rf 1 fifl i i i juuA Liir Tho L Mnlr4 Darbys Prophylactic I Linden Warren Co Va Juno 22 1689 Dn D J Kendall Co Dear Blrs I must say that I onco tried a bottlo of your Kendalls Spavin Curo on a threo yoarold coll and It entirely removed a bono spavin and bottlo I did not ubo all theyears In removing It Tho old very souuu and hM horso Is six or oven done hard work all of tho time Kingston bausocbt BcspcctfuUy yours e isxrmBBaittP mfimBIBSP WATCHES V v vvw lLVERWAREgc Kendalls Spavin Cure Columbia Ala July 24 18S9 Db n J Kendall Co Gents I havo effectually romoved one case of bono HPiivlnwlth your Kendalls Spavin Cure I cheerfully recommeud It to all K O Kkiout ltcspcctf ully Frlco 81 per bottle or bIz bottles for 5 All drug Klsts havo It or can get It for you or It will bo sent to any address on receipt of prlco by tho proprie tors DR B J KENDALL CO CLOCKS Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases Little Dick Morris second son of The eminent physician J Man- vMr Richard Morris who foil from a I awing two weeks ago and fractured on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys his right wrist in such a frjghtfui Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu ijMkm annor that his arm had to bo iimpu- able disinfectant 21 TSBBtatou noar the elbow on Wednesday Poor Little Dick JEWELRY Repaired and Warranted A MUYfXfi SELBERT ri ri Enosburgh Falls Vermont A1115 233 St Clair street n i 0 O Itouto East of Huntington on tho 0 TRAINS runs dally between FAST MAIL Mako direct Lexington and Huntington O At connections at Huntington with C Ashland with S V Hy At Winchester with K Lexing Â¬ 0 It It north and south hound and at O T P Hall ton with roads LKX1NUTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO Â¬ dally except Sunday Connects ut DATION Winchester to and from K C Points and at N It It for Louisville Ky Loxlngton with L LEXINGTON AND JIT STEULINtt ACCOMSIO DATION runs dally oxcont Sunday and mukos direct connection at Winchester to and from Mlddlesborongli and Richmond and at Lox lngton with L S Hy for Louisville For full Information In regard to ltatcu Routes c apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to C L BhoVn II Kt HUNTINOTON Oen Pass Agent V P and G M t V- - LNLSundON rc My 3aj c LEXINGTON KY i W M U W VAItNBT A G AXLexlngtonKy k t t muiuui UlTMITCtnM KV v - i i i a t JJ- - i 41 a r7MfmmBxmxui jJrMAJhL st JMmmniiJ i h -tr - v v j arv V - j a an t Limm jUwr fMflH ft jm mt r WciAbUUE